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New Way Motor Co

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Exhibit at Kev's Kollection.

of Lancing, Michigan

The company produced air cooled engines in single and twin cylinders in both horizontal and vertical cylinder format

1904 Company founded by Charles H. Way and William Henry Newbrough (1867- )

1904 Patent by Charles H. Way for a 'heat radiating Device' assigned to the [New Way Motor Co]]

1905 Took over the patents from the Clarkmobile Co and produced the Clarkmobile for two years

1912 Patent by W. H. Newborough for a 'Multiple Cylinder Pump' assigned to the [New Way Motor Co]]

Produced a range (1.5 to 7.7 hp) air-cooled engines

1925 Patent by Curtis L. Bailey for 'Centrifugal Govenor for Gasoline Engines' assigned to the [New Way Motor Co]]

Later re-formed as the New Way Engine and Machine Co

New Way engines also made outside the USA including Australia (by J. H. Horwood and Co, later Horwood Bagshaw, Adelaide), and Canada

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